Tikal temple grounds A

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Tikal temple grounds A by Terrain4Print Feb 14, 2018


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This is a set of modular pieces that make up the base of my Tikal temple ground series. It can be used for both fantasy and sci-fi settings. This set contains basic walls, corners, floors and ramps.
Each piece can be put together with others using the supplied clip. At the board edge you can end with the regular straight pieces or the diagonal (see picture #8).

I print these with 5% infill.

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These look awesome. Are these 28mm scale or something else?

They are intended for 25 to 32mm. The only thing that has any scale is the stairs.

Are the Ramp files right?! It seems that they are the same side ramp file. I can't see the other ramp's side file.

Nice work!

Yes they are. You have to mirror any one of them in your slicer. I could have uploaded a mirrored version, but that goes for all of the tiles. They can all be mirrored, to get more variation.

Hope you like them!

Great set! The first three pieces came out superb and the fourth is in the printer. The clip snaps into position beautifully.

If I were to ask for something (and I'm going to) it would be ...
... a shorter wall, just 'one' long instead of two. I think such a piece would be fairly straight forward to design and it would give a bit more flexibility to how you lay your temple out (though perhaps you deliberately didn't include one because it doesn't add much? I've only printed 3 pieces so far, so what do I know).
... a narrower, single piece ramp
... stairs, obviously (but since this thing is called 'A', I'm guessing there might be a 'B' coming)
.. versions of the walls and corners without the low wall (I'm struggling for the correct word, is there no distinction in English between a wall that carries a roof and a wall that, like a fence, enclosures an area?). The current pieces are superb for a skirmish type game like Mordheim or perhaps a grand encounter in an RPG, but the low walls means they can't easily be used as hills for miniature wargames like 9th Age..

Thanks, glad you like them.

I appreciate your suggestions. Narrow ramp is on the way, stairs also. All walls and corners fit inside a 10x10cm grid. A 5cm wall is of course easy to design, but it will break the grid. I will give it some thoughts. Coupled with a 5x5cm and 5x10cm floor tile it could be pretty useful to make the shape much more flexible.

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